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Impressive Descendant HYPP=N/N Good or Bad?

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        09-14-2010, 11:10 PM
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    My little 2y/o boy is N/N. Has the most amazing movement for HUS, and he's a quick learner who has a forgiving nature but tends to be stubborn. Most Impressive bred horses I've owned have had a temperament like that.

    Like people above said, you either love em or hate em.
         
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